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Wonder Woman’s movie review


Gal Gadot who is representing the character of Diana Prince / Wonder Woman is shown as a prices of Amazons, Daina who was a trained warrior to before being a Wonder Woman, She was living merely till the time pilot crashes and tells the conflicts taking place outside the world so to fight the war and for the sake of putting all these to end she left home discovering her full powers and true destiny.

Gal Gadot as wonder woman
Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman

The movie will be released on 2nd of June 2017 in India.

After the two movies of DC Suicide Squad and Batman Vs Superman being criticized severely by critics, this critical success could be quite opportune for DC. Despite being panned by critics both the movies earned big numbers on box office as panning didn’t affect the number but somehow bring down the impression as well as the reputation of DC. For the sake of fighting against Marvel, it could pave the way. As Marvel upcoming are Avengers Infinity War, Black Panther,  Thor: Ragnarok, Spiderman: Homecoming, Captain Marvel adding all this result to threatens for all others in this superhero film market.

Wonder woman is known for the world most adjusted superhero breaks the genre mold.

Friendlier who is supporting characters for the movie the villains are drawn with a broad brush. The center of the movie has no cartoony kitsch of the Lynda Carter TV series. The attire of Gadot is quite an eye catching with high heels and shield around her body. One of the best sequences in the movie is watching Diana in the streets clothes as she left the life of the princess to fight the war she went for the shopping in the streets of London with the help of Steve’s secretary.

It is a kind of win-win situation for women in the film industry as this is the first superhero movie directed by women.


Directed by Patty Jenkins with Star cast:

Gal Gadot- Diana Prince / Wonder Woman

Robin Wright- General Antiope

David Thewlis- Sir Patrick

Connie Nielsen- Queen Hippolyta

Chris Pine- Steve Trevor

Elena Anaya- Maru / Doctor Poison

Lucy Davis- Etta Candy

Ewen Bremner    Ewen Bremner- Charlie

Doutzen Kroes    Doutzen Kroes – Venelia

The movie seems to be, more appropriate for the teens and older tweens, As the strong role model as a woman is not so common.

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